BANGLADESH. (12/06) A total of 200,000 more Rohingya refugees living in the hills around Camp Cox Bazzar Bangladesh continue to face the risk of disasters such as landslides and floods in the monsoon climate phase.
So far, nearly 29,000 refugees have been moved to new, higher locations to avoid landslides and more severe floods because 300 shelter has been damaged by heavy rain.
Continuous rain and landslides at some point at least so far have killed 12 people and dozens of people declared missing the local security authority.
Last year, heavy rains causing floods and landslides have killed 170 people in Cox Bazzar and Chittagong.
Knowing the news, Rumah Zakat made several responses to alleviate the sorrow of Rohingya refugees especially those in Camp Kutopalong and Balukhali among which is to distribute fasting and basic food packages to face disaster and Hari Raya.
Andri Murdiyanto / Lailatul Istikhomah